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YMCA providing free in-person and virtual wellness opportunities


Now through Dec. 20, YMCA of Bucks County and Hunterdon Counties is opening its doors and inviting the community to use the Y for free.

The Y’s “Here for Our Community” initiative provides free in-person and virtual wellness opportunities.

With branches in Doylestown, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Quakertown and Warminster in Pennsylvania, as well as Flemington in New Jersey, the YMCA is in a unique position to impact community health and wellness.

In 2021 and 2022, the YMCA committed resources to help the community get back to life and improve health and well-being following the challenges of the pandemic. Once again, during the months of November and December, the Y is providing free opportunities for everyone in the community to connect and engage with others to meet social, physical and mental well-being needs.

Additionally, the YMCA is providing free virtual wellness for the entire community through Dec. 20. Y Wellness 24/7 is a virtual platform that provides thousands of weekly live and on-demand health and wellness programs for all abilities and interests. Everyone in the community is invited to create a free account, using keycode “HERE FOR YOU” to access www.YWellness24/ from their home, office or anywhere, anytime.

“This time of year since 2021, we have opened our doors to the community, and found it to have a very positive impact,” said Zane Moore, president/CEO of YMCA of Bucks and Hunterdon Counties. “We know that for many people, the holiday season can bring about additional stress, anxiety, and even loneliness. We invite our communities to prioritize their health and well-being and utilize our Y, both in-person and online. Our caring, knowledgeable staff will meet you where you are and help and support you along the way.”

Community members wishing to learn more about trying the Y for free and accessing Y Wellness 24/7, the Y’s virtual platform, are encouraged to visit for details and guest policies, including what to bring on your first visit.

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